From “A Divine Revelation of Hell” by Mary Baxter:
“The Lord’s face was sorrowful, and His eyes were filled with great tenderness and deep love. Though those in hell were forever lost, I knew that He still loved them and would for all eternity” (Baxter, 37).
“Jesus said: ‘My child, God, our Father, gave each one of us a will so that we could choose whether we would serve Him or Satan. You see, God did not make hell for His people. Satan deceives many into following him, but hell was made for Satan and his angels. It is not my desire, nor that of My Father, that anyone should perish.’ Tears of compassion ran down Jesus’ cheeks.
“Jesus explained that He has all power in heaven and on earth. He explained that they would at times be seen by the evil forces and lost souls and at other times they would not be” (38).
“She kept reaching out to Jesus. I looked at Jesus, and there was great sorrow on His face . . .” (24).
“Great wailing sobs came from this man. ‘I’m so sorry, Jesus. Forgive me. Take me out of here. I have been in this place of torment for years. I beg you, let me out!’ Great sobs shook his skeletal frame as he begged, ‘Please, Jesus, let me out!’ I looked at Jesus and saw that He too was crying . . . Even though I died on the cross for you, you mocked Me and would not repent of your sins. My Father gave you many opportunities to be saved. If only you had listened!’ Jesus wept” (26).
[A woman Jesus called and called to repent, who is lost in hell] “As she spoke her bony hands reached out to Jesus while the flames continued to burn her.
Jesus said, ‘Judgment is set.’
Tears fell down His cheeks as we moved to the next pit (33-34).
“Sorrow was always upon Jesus’ face as we walked” (63).
“I watched Jesus’ face, and it was sad and tender. He still had love and compassion for these lost souls written on His countenance” (130).